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CelticsBlog Oct 21, 2014

Gerald Wallace accepts his fate, seems content not playing

Crash, boom. Gerald Wallace has been a step slow the last couple of years simply due to age and probably wear and tear due to the all-out way he played the game throughout his career.  Now he's a step or two slower coming off of injuries to his ankle and knee. The rotation is becoming set and the way things are shaking out right now leaves Gerald Wallace on the outside looking in.  Jeff Green is the starter at small forward and (especially when Rondo returns) Evan Turner is going to spend a lot of time there too.  The Celtics may use a number of smaller lineups that feature a lot of...
Boston Herald Oct 5, 2014
Gerald Wallace’s job: Make Green a star

Gerald Wallace’s job: Make Green a star

You might think Gerald Wallace would be trying to bust his way out of town. You might think that, at 32 and in his 14th NBA season, he would rather be on a club with a chance to compete for a championship than playing it out as a fringe rotational guy for a team that figures to be rebuilding for a while.Think again.“I don’t want to go nowhere else,” said Wallace, whose days as “Crash” may be numbered as he comes back from knee and ankle surgeries. “I’m happy here. I’m content here with these guys.”
Green Street | WEEI Sep 23, 2014

Celtics center Vitor Faverani (knee) expected to be ready for training camp, faces ‘consequences’ for DUI arrest

Vitor Faverani and Gerald Wallace are both expected to be healthy enough to participate when Celtics training camp begins next week, but whether Faverani will be in uniform on opening night remains a different story. Each underwent season-ending surgery in March to repair a torn left meniscus, and the 32-year-old Wallace also had left ankle […]
CelticsBlog Sep 23, 2014
Gerald Wallace: an optimistic view

Gerald Wallace: an optimistic view

What are the best things that Gerald Wallace can contribute to the Boston Celtics? First, I'll admit something.  I intended to write this article about a long list of NBA veterans that became disgruntled with a team only for the player and team to both stick it out together and turn around that veteran's career. Turns out that doesn't happen so often. Plus, that isn't really what Wallace needs to do. In truth he isn't really disgruntled (yet).  His comments in the press expressed frustration with the play of the team on the court, which was kind of understandable.  He also may have been...
CelticsBlog Sep 23, 2014
Gerald Wallace's contract is like a lottery ticket for the Boston Celtics

Gerald Wallace's contract is like a lottery ticket for the Boston Celtics

Crash's contract is ugly, but it's more valuable than you think. Gerald Wallace was stoic last season. He often moped around on the end of the bench with his hands stuffed in his face, and he almost never smiled. But neither did the Boston Celtics fans that watched him play on the court.Many of the league's observers consider his contract as one of the worst in the entire NBA. Wallace's three-year, $30.3 million contract was criticized by Celtics fans in a Bill Simmons piece published on Grantland. The Worst Contracts in the NBA Eric in Springfield, Massachusetts: "Instead of a jersey...

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